For lack of quorum, STF suspends trials on Wednesday morning

For lack of quorum, STF suspends trials on Wednesday morning

Only seven ministers appeared in court on Wednesday, and the quorum needed to hear the planned cases is eight people.

Ministers did not attend STF this morningNelson Jr./SCO/STF - 06/13/2018The president of the Supreme Court (Supreme Court), Minister Cármen Lúcia, was forced to suspend the judgments that had scheduled for Wednesday's extraordinary session (8), due to the lack of quorum.Only seven ministers attended the plenary this morning, which made it impossible to analyze four ADI (Direct Actions of Unconstitutionality) that were scheduled for this Wednesday.The minimum quorum for such actions to be discussed is eight ministers.Gilmar Mendes, Ricardo Lewandowski, Luiz Fux and Celso de Mello were missing.See tooSTF trial threatens Lava Jato's return of moneySTF ministers must decide today on their salary readjustmentVenezuela border reopens, but humanitarian crisis persistsCNJ presents unprecedented mapping of the Brazilian prison populationOn the agenda, there were four ADI opened in the 1990s and still awaiting an outcome in the STF.These include a fixed-term employment contract an...


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